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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF. LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920 LETHRR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGli Knox Church Puts on a Campaign to Help Forward Movement and Reduce Debt The first ncle !n tbe campaign ol Knox church for the sum ol for the Forward Movement and mort- gage debt was struck on Thursday, when the session and managers o( tb.6 church met in regular quarterly session at the Y.M.C.A. After satis- fying Itie Inner man at: address was delivered by the Jlev. A. II. Denoon, In which, ho outlrniid ihc winter's --work and calle'.i. special attention to the obligations of tho congregation regard to the Forward Movement. The.am6uut assigned tho tongrelation as an. as_a'i'eaco Thaukoffering.' Following the address-of Rev. Be ;noon.-the-meeting-was addressed by the'Rev. A. 11. Schdrg, organizer for Alberta, who., v.-as present by spue-in' Invitation. His address was helpfu and, inspiring. Two former members of session were also iiresent as guests namely L. Hamilton of Winnipeg and K. N. HlgiubDtuam of Edmonton. Af- ter a full discussion It was unanimous- THE ELEVENTH HOUR ly agreed that the campaign be- form- ally iauncheJ early in October. A committee w5s appointed con- sisting of D. Donald, as secretary, Dr. P. Craig, J. Hlgiubfltham, and K. W. Relic as treasurer, to an executive and arrange all.- deUilts for a Onal meeting before the canvas. Tills meeting was arranged for Fri- day, October 8th, when ladies of the congregation Yrlll be asked to fur- nish luncheon. I The gathering was hearty and auimous and before] g'Ided to ralso which one halt will be for tho Forward .Move-; iheiit and the remainder for the local J debt. A 1'st was circulated and a very j substantial amount subscribed on tho spot which" augers well for the suc- cess ot the- movement, but every mem- beV will have to do; utmost if the sum aimed" at is Thu cfxmpnteu opens on October 12th. Committees have been appointed and the subscription list headed with a substantial anxount. Have you made your guess? The first Week of the Herald football competition closes at midnight tonight, or first tomorrow rnorniug 'for the country. If you haven't already done so. get il into the'box at the Herald office' tonight. There are guod m-lzes awaiting guesses. 1- Local Ministers AndtlieWork Amongst Boys BIG AUTO PARADE TO'BE FEATURE OF FAIR AND CARNIVAL Special prizes are being given for cars In the automobile parade which herald the opening of the Lethbrldge-Coaldale fair and carnival in Lethbridge on Sep- tember 22 and 23. The .value of such a parade as an advertising medium ts being recognized .by local business men and a parade that will surpass any other in this city is expected..' .For. the best .commercial .float twenty-five dollars will be given anri for trie one judged as second the prize will be ten dollars. For the best decorated car twenty- five dollars will be given for first prize and ten dollars for the sec- ond.. Foraging Herds on Prohibited Cognizant of the Law Ignorance of tho Jiw or of regula- tions is oftentimes expensive. This particularly applied to'two farmers in. tho Milk River nnd Magralh districts, who each pay the sum of 5100 and costs for transgressing the law. apparently wllhout cognizance o! It. It may common knftwledge ttat under-section 7, chapter the Statutes of Alberta; 1920, an order has been issued specifying that sec- tions 2o'to 36 inclusive, in' township Chief Gillespie's Report Deals With Cases tried in Police Courl The monthly report of Chief. Clltes- of the city' police, for the month ot August, shows that during the month 55 cases were tried by Magis- trate Irwln, classified as follows: Crim- inal code, gambling, 24 cases. In whjch convictions were-, oh tamed In'aTljiii- stances; ,two cases, one ;with- drawn and one false pre- tences. two, one convicted and one re- ...anded for assault, five cases, two convicted and fined, one re- manded, and: twd ordered to pay the costs of the conrt; selllns fire-arms without permit, case, convicted nnd-fin'ed; carrying offensive weapons, case, and fined, non-sup- liort, one caso, remanded; vagrancy, two, convicted and fined; carnal knowledge, two cases, one withdrawn and the other remanded for trial; dis orderly conduct, two cases, one sen- tenced to 20 with hard labor. and the' other with hard The Ministerial association met to' consider the program of organization ot Hoys' Work in this city for the coming season as outlined by Mr. Pet- ley and moved SIR follows: :tjovcd by Major Harrow and second- by nor. Mr. Dafoe that we amend clause Mo. 1 to Hie following extent. That after" a survey'has' Ijeeii made a circular letter' givisg; full explana- tion ot the work be sent to. every parent of boys coming under scheme asking If they would like their boy.s to take: advantage of the privi- ledgea involved and if BO would they give- it their financial, support. This was unanimously carried. It was moved-by the Rev. T. D. Jones and seconded by the Rev. Major .Barrow that the' Ministerial associa- Very Handy With Fists When 3, ranges U and 15. and ship 4 In. ranges 14 and 15. west rot the 4th meridian, are prohibited areas for the running of cattle at large; Provincial Treasurer, CUy Treasurer, J2S3.56. Pound Sixty-ulna stray animals wero Im- pounded, 49 borses and 20 cows. Kit- teen of these animals arc still in the po.und aud have not been claimed. Money Collected The following moneys were collect- ed during the month: Licenses, Poll Tax, Pound, 135.75; UOSK, J24.00; Fines, -f 126.90; Rebate, .liquol fineS, J156.66. .Total Jl.305.31. Prairie People Displayed Much Interest in Tree Planting Car Tho Canadian Forestry Association, soMle'r.6 were eager [or Ire Is well pleased with the mlerc-st that was shown in Southern Alberla at tho time Ihe tree planting ear went throuKh. li. II. Marnocb, president ot the hethbriilge board ot trade has re- ceived a lettor from'the association pointing out the splendid manner in which the campaign received. At different poinls delegates wait- eft 'on these in charge ol the InAn requested them to draw up plans parks and for school grounds. In reference to the reception at Vulcan the letter reads: "Mr. Lindsay, a prominent merchant, with twenty cit- izens met our train In order to have Danger of Pest Over-Runningj .Mitchell give a dctnonotration'pn (he Country Next Spring Says An Authority labor; perjury, one case' remanded for trial. -r Liquor Act Fire cases were tried under the Liquor Act, with four convictions and' Under this rulius Paul j the Railway Milk RiveiY.was summoaecl by.the A. I Act lwo cases were trM with the Serious trouble can te looked for next' spring from the grass hopper menace in some points in southern Alberta, according to Dominion En- tomologist Strieiland. Mr. Strick- land has been keeping his, eyes open and lias seen Indications that makes him believe hoppers will be very bad next year. 'He recived a- report that hoppers wero eatiug the fall wheat and rye and Investigated one report from north of I.ethbrkTge. He did not con- sider this matter as very serious and no active campaign is being carried out. Complaints received have not tree management and pruning In par- ticular. In the evening the car. was crowded and the .tocussion lasted un-. a late hour and many requests were received1 to visit farms and give It'wlll be remembered the carjwas In Lethbridfie during the convention of the Western Canada Irrigation As- P. P. ami, appearing bsfovo Justice offenders finej under the Indian Act the I'.edce L. Grady, at Warner, on: the j one C3fe vas 8th, was -fln'jd-fiOO and costs. He' had been 111 the Imbit. large flock-of sheep In the area which Is now prohibited. At Welling Mr. Strickland found ten thousand grass hopper eggs in two square yards. and the party con- victed and fined. By-law Infractions. Tjnder the city, by-laws four cases For the same offence J. Chipman, were tried, classified as follows: Har- of Magralh, who herds a (lock of 4000! boring a vicious dog, one, convicted sheep, was lined and costs. i and fined; yiclation of the Early Clos- 1 ing bylaw, one, convicted and fined; j having no license, one, convicted and hmeJ; discharging' fire-Wins 'within, I the city limits, one, convicted and fin- ed. The total In costs araount- 'iltri' STREET SOUTH WILL COMPENSATE SETTLERS WINNIPEG, Sept. tlers who lost buildings, crop anil slock from Imsh fires this summer will be compensated by the provincial gov- ernment MS soon as tlie (lamnga is i EXPOKTS TO U. S. 'SHOW HIG ADVANCE. Coal exports to UnllccI points tliTougU Lcttibringe this year' fdr exceed thoac. of last year, accord- lug to 0. U. Kdgett, American Consul Agent in Jjelhbridge. AU.hruipii ho announce any figures ho made} this statemcnl. ScrccTilncs. ryo 'antl flour are also moving to Unllail'Stalcs poluls. Most of flic flour fti Medicine Hat and i Is going to c'niloririiotnln. The screen- ings nucl rj'e' pro i going artli. Maybe that is why the people of America aro the healthiest and liardbsti tif.tjon of .the cause ice cream' is liealttilest food you crahx- takc itilo yoiir it contains more nutritive elements tban ihc system demands and in more gen- erous proportions It is the Rational Food because It is the food ot all classes. It graces the banquet table, it-Is the dessert" for the rictiVas well as Uie vorklngmaiK It is the relish of tho chi! n-hctlier served In-tha home, at the soda fountafu or 1n tha penny cone. -The Best and Purest Ice Cream Made Is .V: MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 THE arty CENTURY BAGHOLDER In our judgment is the only complete and efficient Bagholder in the world. To first ten sold will be :ONLY EACH Regular J12.00 each LA. !.H.C.Ageflt8 Phone 1173 1233-1235 Second Avenue South LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA. Chief Mountain Creamery Company Prpdflcts Did Chief Brand Butter (Wrapper has actual cut of Chief Mountain printed) This butter will please you'. Fresh churned each day from selected cream. Ask yotir arocer. he will recommend It. Lethbrldrjo Milk Producers' Brand of pure, fresh, pasteurized milk. -Rich in.hutte.rfat'and in flavor. Try It once and'ue con vinctd, Have you tried our Cream? It Is pure, separated c fim from the farm, and float, in fat! globules on you tea collee'. Table cream contains 20% fat; whipping Phone 1929 and piir Driver's Will 'Call. I Prices on Sept. 1st, 15c per quart; 80 per 15c i-VpInt for table; 20c for whipping. CHIEF MOUNTAIN LTD. Phone 1929 Dancing Afternoon and Evening 6ig Parade at 1 p.m. Admission 50c Wed. and Thurs., Sept. 22-23 at the EXHIBITION GROUNDS, LETHBRIDGE For Prize List Apply .to the Secretary Goaldale Commercial Guib_____________ Public, High School Students 25c Boys and Girls Under 12' Years Free Baseball Tpurnament Rotary Carnival Both Afternoons ;